Back-to-back 1-1 draws against Leicester and West Ham allowed Manchester City to briefly overtake them at the top of the table prior to the Reds' 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday. And I certainly don't see many defences keeping them quiet at the other end.
Oh my, I really wish my answer here would be Liverpool but it's not. In the morning I was still weak and had diarrhoea I must say the tablets helped a lot.
"It is always a good response when you win. At half-time I thought: "Oh no" but I ran inside and managed to control it!" It is hard [competing with City] but we already knew from the beginning that it would be hard.
That top six has now been split up, with five points separating Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham, and fourth-placed Manchester United a huge nine points behind them.
"It could be better but we must appreciate where we stand".
I don't mean unstoppable in the fact that they cant lose or draw the odd game but the tenacity in which they attack every single game will see them victorious on more occasions than anyone else during the run-in, regardless of who they play. Look no further than Aston Villa if you want a Championship classic because they have been part of multiple results ending 3-3 and they were part of the game of the season so far against Nottingham Forest, which finished 5-5.
It means Liverpool fly to Marbella on Monday for warm weather training with their season firmly back on track.
Wijnaldum, who cost Liverpool a reported £22 million ($28 million) when he signed from Newcastle in 2016, is optimistic they can cope with competing on two fronts.
"I remember those first years going for titles and the weight of expectation and thinking "we have to try to get over the line" and you carry it with you every minute of every day". Both Alisson and Robertson clearly love the noise and colour inside Anfield, and you can tell having a positive, supportive set of fans will go a long way in this title race.
The way I see it, the more goals, the more exciting the game and as of February 10, the Premier League has seen 736 goals with Liverpool's Mohammed Salah and Man City's Sergio Aguero scoring the most with 17 each.